Jolyon Palmer says Renaults pace in Mexico gives him confidence the French manufacturer can return to the points at next weekends Brazilian Grand Prix.After a cracked chassis ruled him out of qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix, Palmer recovered from the back of the grid to finish 14th, displaying pace which reflected Renaults upturn in fortunes during the second half of 2016. Palmer believes the team can translate its Mexico performance into a strong result at Interlagos.Im feeling good for Brazil as it should just carry on the good momentum that weve had in the second half the year, Palmer said. It was a shame not to qualify last time out as we could have shown even better improvement.One of my best grid spots was in prospect, but we made up for it in the race. The race pace has been good for a long time now, qualifying pace has been good too. We had some decent battles with the McLarens in Mexico, so I think we can be pretty confident going into Brazil.The car is getting better every round still, and Im driving pretty well and getting more and more out of it, so I think that combined with the fact Brazil is a nice track, means Im hopeful for a positive weekend.Palmer recorded his first Formula One point in Octobers Malaysian Grand Prix, which also marked the last time Renault scored points. With his F1 future hanging in the balance as Renault continues to deliberate over who will partner new recruit Nico Hulkenberg next year, the Briton remains hopeful that he can add to his solitary point before the end of his rookie campaign.We just have to give it our all. Id love to get another points finish before the year is out, so I will be pushing for that all the way for the final two races. I did FP1 [in Brazil] last season -- I was quite new to the car but I actually really enjoyed it. 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(STATS) -- It likely wouldnt be an FCS season without Fordham running back Chase Edmonds being named a national player of the week.This past Saturday, Edmonds was exceptional even for his high standards.But it also was a good weekend for freshmen, who grabbed two of the four STATS FCS National Player of the Week awards.Edmonds, Nichols Sully Laiche, Daytons William Will and Yales Alan Lamar earned the honors for games played Oct. 6-8:---=OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Chase Edmonds, Fordham, RB, Jr., 5-9, 205, Harrisburg, PennsylvaniaEdmonds needed only 17 carries to rack up a Patriot League-record 359 rushing yards in Fordhams 58-34 victory over Lafayette. His 21.1-yard average set the FCS single-game record by more than two yards per carry. The All-American also scored four touchdowns for the third straight game on runs of 29, 19, 74 and 67 yards, and he set the leagues career record for points with 372 in only two and a half seasons of action. He ranks first in the FCS in rushing yards (944), rushing yards per game (188.8), all-purpose yards per game (215.6), touchdowns (13) and points per game (15.6).Honorable Mention: Corey Avery, RB, Sam Houston State; Taryn Christion, QB, South Dakota State; Tarik Cohen, RB, North Carolina A&T; Lenorris Footman, QB, Alcorn State; Gage Gubrud, QB, Eastern Washington; Wes Hills, RB, Delaware; Devlin Hodges, QB, Samford; Jonah Hodges, RB, San Diego; Lance Lenoir, WR, Western Illinois; Anthony Philyaw, RB, Howard; Tyrell Maxwell, QB, Gardner-Webb; Terryon Robinson, WR, Western Carolina---=DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Sully Laiche, DE, Nicholls, Fr., 6-2, 255, Gramercy, LouisianaNicholls nearly beat two FBS opponents this season, Georgia and South Alabama, and, behind Laiches lead, broke through with its biggest win by defeating Stephen F. Austin 35-28 in double overtime in the Southland Conference. 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He was 3-for-3 with field goals of 20, 38 and a career-high 49 yards, which gave him 49 in his career and tying the league record held by longtime NFL kicker Billy Cundiff from Drake. Will also was 6-for-6 on PATs to finish the game with 15 points. The two-time all-league first-team selection averaged 61.4 yards on 10 kickoffs, including five that went for touchbacks.Honorable Mention: Colby Blanton, P, Florida A&M; Gatlin Casey, WR/KR, Lehigh; Jaylen Harris, KR, Sam Houston State; Tate Lewis, P, Southern Utah; Oren Milstein, PK, Columbia; Dante Satcher, KR, Robert Morris---=FRESHMAN PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Alan Lamar, Yale, RB, Fr., 5-9, 185, Olive Branch, MississippiAfter not having a carry in his first three career games, Lamar helped lead Yale to its first victory, 21-13 over Dartmouth in the 100th meeting between the Ivy League programs. He carried the ball 23 times for 180 yards and two touchdowns. He scored on a 7-yard run in the second quarter and had a 43-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter in which he broke three tackles over the first 15 yards before beating three defenders to the end zone. The 2015 Parade All-American also had a 14-yard kickoff return.Honorable Mention: Jaylan Foster, DB, Gardner-Webb; DaJon Lee, LB, Saint Francis; Joe Logan, RB, Northern Arizona; Mark Schuler, P, Youngstown State; Deontez Thompson, RB, Richmond ' ' '